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: the general manager of the chicago baseball white sox. and the 49ers activated defensive tackle lamar divens from the physically unable to perform list remember him? divens has been recovering from injuries suffered during an altercation in june, where teammate ahmad brooks allegedly struck him with a bottle 3 times in the head. divens originally threatened to press charges unless brooks paid him $1 million dollars brooks declined to pay however divens ultimately decided against pressing charges >> tyson gay. a three-time world champion. reportedly failed multiple drug testd this year. including one taken at the u-s championships in june. where he won the 100 and 200 meter sprints usain bolt won the 100 meters in 9.85 seconds at the anniversary games at olympic stadium in london, the site of last year's summer olympics. after a slow start, bolt finished with the best 100 meter time of the year. american michael rogers finished 2nd in the race. bolt's time was.22 seconds slower than last years olympics, where he finished in 9.63 secondsthe 2nd fastest time ever. >> it is email time with alici
mayoral candidate anthony weiner abedin's defense of her husband has reportedly irritated her boss. remember hillary stood by her man during the lewinsky scandal, but never defended him. >> pam: in richmond, nearly half of the home mortgages are underwater. an estimated 46- percent. and now the city has come up with a way, which it says, will help struggling home owners stay in their houses. >> pam: on the steps of city hall, the mayor and supporters announced a plan for the city to buy mortgages from banks. both current andthe city would buy the loan at fair market value. and allow the homeowner to refiance. the city says, if the banks do not agree to the plan, the city can take the action by using its eminent doman powers. >>".neighborhood stability." >> pam: wants to buy 626- underwater loans with the intention of adding more homes, if the plan is successful. >> pam: they believe the action will help to keep neighborhoods stable. those against the plan say, it could make borrowing more expensive for the entire community. richmond would be the first city in the nation to take on
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